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Ford President and CEO Jim Hackett (R) and Volkswagen AG CEO Dr. Herbert Diess attend a news conference in New York City, New York, U.S., July 12, 2019.

Here are the executives running the biggest and most important self-driving-car companies

Over the past few years, Alphabet's Waymo, GM's Cruise, Argo AI, Intel's Mobileye, and Tesla have pushed forward in the autonomous-mobility business.

Waymo could be worth as much $175 billion — here’s a brief history of the Google Car project

Waymo, formerly the Google Car project, is almost ten years old. After more than 8 million self-driving miles, Waymo is preparing to commercialize in 2018 and 2019. Morgan Stanley has pegged Waymo's value at $175 billion.

Tesla, Google, and Ford are investing billions of dollars in technology America doesn’t need

We could get a lot closer to perfection faster if we keep humans in the picture.

Get ready to say farewell to a lot of electric cars

We nearing the beginning of what I'm calling the "second great electric-car extinction."

Get ready to say goodbye to a lot of electric cars

We nearing the beginning of what I'm calling the "second great electric-car extinction."

Why Ford’s driverless car plan is a little sad

Ford made a big move on Tuesday when it announced that it intends to unleash a fully autonomous vehicle for urban use by 2021.

This is why Tesla and Google are the future of cars — and Apple isn’t

It's challenging to assess just what Apple has in mind because its Apple Car hires have been so obscure or unremarkable.

The master plan for the Apple Car might not be what you think

The traditional car-making world is starting to take the Apple Car very seriously.

Self-driving cars aren’t as autonomous as you think

Many experts now think that autonomous vehicles may be with us sooner rather than later. But fully autonomous vehicles could still take a while.

It would be almost impossible for Apple or Google to build a car in China

It's an attractive idea, but it overlooks the vast gulf that exists between assembling smartphones and making cars.